[BCAB] Easiest way to translate what's app messages
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Sat Aug 6 13:24:12 BST 2016
If copying text is an issue remember that with VoiceOver enabled, a three-finger quadruple tap, i.e. tapping with 3 fingers 4 times,
will copy the last thing VoiceOver spoke. You can then flick right with four fingers to move immediately to a translation app if
you had it last opened. So the sequence would be:
Open your translation app, open WhatsApp, give a 3 finger quad onto the message you want copied, flick right with 4 fingers to
return to the translator and paste it in.
It's not very efficient; there are addons for NVDA and JAWS for instant translation at the computer but I don't know of anything
similar on iOS.
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From: Bcab [mailto:bcab-bounces at lists.bcab.org.uk] On Behalf Of Sharon Stockman
Sent: Saturday, August 06, 2016. 01:15 PM
To: BCAB Discussion List
Subject: [BCAB] Easiest way to translate what's app messages
I routinely receive German messages from my cousin. Other than getting my head down and learning the language is there an easy of
translating these messages? I have downloaded a translation app but I have huge problems copying messages in what's app as it so hit
and miss if the menu to copy a messages appears. Sometimes it works but more than often it doesn't. I have downloaded google
translate in the hope that I could in some way link the apps but this doesn't seem possible.
Any help would be appreciated.
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